First of all, thank you so much for all who's been taking part in this! I've always wanted to be a part of a group effort where people get to create fictional characters and whatnot for a single collective, and the Pantheon has turned out to be surprisingly popular.
I decided to create this journal to keep the deity creation one down to somewhat reasonable size. No need to crowd one journal with multiple things, seeing that one is enough to make it big as is.EDIT 31st August 2015:
Since there have been no new votes, I think we can call it. The option with most votes is:B)
All deities live in their own planes/realms of existence separate from the mortal realm, from where they govern their domains and occasionally visit other deities' realms. These planes are typically fashioned according to the domains and the will of the specific deity, varying in looks and in planar behavior (e.g. one might be completely filled with water and marine creatures, another is but an empty void with no gravity, and one could be a vast library with infinite number of rooms and shelves).
Of course, since many have already established it in their deity entries, the gods can visit the mortal realm as they please. I'm picturing it taking place via avatars or some other medium, with the god/goddess never completely leaving his/her home realm, but that's just my view of things.
Demigods live on the mortal realm by default, since they have mortal blood in them and lack the power to permanently live on separate planes of existence. Some demigods could live with the gods, but only if the gods have allowed the demigod(s) in question to live among them.
The next question is; Should The Pantheon be turned into a proper deviantART group?
I'm picturing that with the upcoming lore and such, a handful or journals won't be enough to handle all of it.
Also, I've no idea how making a dA group works and if it needs premium account, so any info on that would be helpful.
For the list of gods made so far, see this journal: The Pantheon: Deity creation fun (update)